Pierce Brosnan Wasn’t a Fan of Daniel Craig’s Last James Bond Film No Time to Die
Pierce Brosnan has nice things to say about Daniel Craig and his time as James Bond, but the Black Adam star was apparently not a fan of No Time To Die, the final Bond film to star Craig. Brosnan, who starred in 1995’s GoldenEye, 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies, 1999’s The World Is Not Enough, and 2002’s Die Another Day, did not clarify why he was less impressed with No Time To Die, but praised Skyfall, which is widely regarded as the best of Craig’s James Bond outings, and tapered off prior to being too critical of anything.
Brosnan also doesn’t seem to have a strong opinion on who should be the next Bond, saying that he wishes the next actor well and thinks it will be interesting to see who ends up taking the part. It pretty much echoes what he has said about the process in the past.
“I saw the last one and I saw Skyfall. I love Skyfall. I’m not too sure about the last one,” Brosnan told GQ UK. He added, “Daniel always gives of his heart. Extremely courageous, exceptionally strong. But… “
And that’s all you get.
There’s no word yet on who is being taken a gander at as the next Bond. MGM, who has been working with Sony on the Bond movies, was purchased by Amazon earlier this year, but Amazon is unlikely to step on the toes of Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.
Brosnan will next appear as Dr. Fate, an individual from the Justice Society of America, in Black Adam. You can see the film’s official synopsis underneath.
From New Line Cinema, Dwayne Johnson stars in the action adventure Black Adam. The first-at any point feature film to investigate the story of the DC Super Legend comes to the big screen under the direction of Jaume Collet-Serra (Wilderness Cruise).
Nearly 5,000 years after he was bestowed with the almighty powers of the ancient gods-and imprisoned just as quickly-Black Adam (Johnson) is liberated from his earthly tomb, ready to unleash his unique type of justice on the advanced world.
Johnson stars alongside Aldis Hodge (“City on a Hill,” “One Night in Miami”) as Hawkman, Noah Centineo (“To All the Boys I’ve Cherished Previously”) as Atom Smasher, Sarah Shahi (“Sex/Life,” “Rush Hour 3”) as Adrianna, Marwan Kenzari (“Murder on the Orient Express,” “The Mummy”) as Ishmael, Quintessa Swindell (“Voyagers,” “Trinkets”) as Typhoon, and Bodhi Sabongui (“A Million Little Things”) as Amon.
Collet-Serra directed from a screenplay by Adam Sztykiel and Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani, screen story by Adam Sztykiel and Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani, based on characters from DC. Black Adam was created by Bill Parker and C.C. Beck. The film’s producers were Beau Flynn, Dwayne Johnson, Hiram Garcia and Dany Garcia, with Richard Brener, Walter Hamada, Dave Neustadter, Chris Pan, Eric McLeod, Geoff Johns and Scott Sheldon
Black Adam smashes into theaters and IMAX internationally beginning 19 October 2022 and in North America on October 21, 2022. It will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures.